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Betye Saar’s Washboards Are an Artistic Act of Defiance

Nearly two dozen will be on display at the Craft & Folk Art Museum starting May 28

5 Things To Do This Weekend That Will Make Your Life More Interesting

From a pop-up street art gallery to tiny house workshop at the Craft and Folk Art Museum

Berlin’s Sprüth-Magers Opens on Museum Row, but They’re Not Just Following All of the Other International Galleries

Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers talk Los Angeles’ artistic legacy and its bright future

Yarn Bombing Los Angeles Knit Graffiti Collective

Guerrilla knitters of the world unite at a casual session to discuss weaving techniques and other tips for fiber artists of all abilities

Can You Really Sit on These? The Answer is Yes

Filled with furniture made of aluminum tabs, Clare Graham’s CAFAM show exuberantly recreates his Highland Park studio

So You Want a Dior Handbag? Make It Yourself

A few years ago, Stephanie Syjuco received a cease and desist letter from Louis Vuitton because of the global craft insurrection she’s calling The Counterfeit Crochet Project.

When “Social Fabric” Starts to Fray

Long after "The personal is political" became a rallying cry for feminists, it could easily be co-opted as a slogan for the textile industry. Perhaps nothing is more personal—or political—than the clothes that touch our bodies.